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Media release: Ottawa Tourism Launches Ottawa Summer Savings Pass

Affordable 1-day and 3-day passes for attractions and museums now available

OTTAWA, June 12, 2024 — Ottawa Tourism has launched two new passes: the Ottawa Summer Savings Pass and the Ottawa Museums Pass. These virtual passes combine admission prices to seven attractions or ten museums respectively, into a single price point, providing an easy-to-use digital admission.

The Ottawa Summer Savings Pass is valid for 3 days following its first use and is available for purchase for $119 for adults and $99 for children. The pass provides access to the following attractions:

  • Camp Fortune – mountain pipe coaster
  • Escape Bicycle Tours and Rentals – bicycle, e-bike, or electric scooter rental
  • Ottawa Boat Cruises – choose from Rideau Canal or Ottawa River cruise
  • RentABike – bike rental
  • BeaverTails ByWard Market – Ottawa’s famous BeaverTails pastry
  • Parc Omega – 12 km self-guided driving safari to see Canadian wildlife
  • The Haunted Walk – tour of various sites with paranormal stories in downtown Ottawa

The Ottawa Museums Pass is available in 1-day and 3-day formats. The 1-day pass is priced at $39 for adults and $25 for children, while the 3-day pass is available for $79 for adults and $49 for children. The pass includes museum admission to:

  • Bytown Museum
  • Canada Agriculture and Food Museum
  • Canada Aviation and Space Museum
  • Canada Science and Technology Museum
  • Canadian Museum of History
  • Canadian Museum of Nature
  • Canadian War Museum
  • Diefenbunker: Canada’s Cold War Museum
  • National Gallery of Canada
  • Royal Canadian Mint

“These passes provide an excellent opportunity for Ottawa to promote some of our top attractions to give visitors an experience to remember that showcases the rich culture and history of our city, as well as its summer beauty, all at a great value,” says Michael Crockatt, President and CEO of Ottawa Tourism. “They will not only improve the experience for visitors, but also encourage them to extend their stay, allowing them to contribute even more to our visitor economy.”

The Summer Savings Pass and Ottawa Museums Pass are available for purchase at and is delivered to customers phones via text and email for safe, touchless entry (no app required).

About Ottawa Tourism

Through its values of inclusivity, trust, collaboration, and innovation, Ottawa Tourism pursues its vision to be one of Canada’s most visited, sustainable, vibrant, and appealing urban destinations, as well as the tourism authority for key economic development and city-building decisions in Ottawa.

For more information, please contact:

Jérôme Miousse
Director, Public Affairs

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